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Watch Miss Hawai‘i USA Conquer a Controversial Question With Aloha Spirit

Auwē! Miss USA viewers get angry over a question posed to Miss Hawai‘i.


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The crown of Miss USA 2016 went to District of Columbia’s DeShauna Barber, but Miss Hawai‘i’s Chelsea Hardin is getting more attention for a controversial question that set the internet ablaze.

 

Viewers announced their outrage on Twitter and Facebook after judge Laura Brown asked Miss Hawai‘i to reveal her presidential pick (Watch the video above starting at 4:51). 

 

“Would you vote Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump for president?” Brown asks. “And why would you choose one over the other?”

 

 

 

 

 

The 25-year-old Honolulu resident elegantly answered the inappropriate question. 

 

“All I have to say is that it doesn’t matter which gender; what we need in the United States is someone who represents those of us who don’t feel like we have a voice, those of us who want our voices to be heard,” Hardin answered. “We need a president to push for what is right and push for what America really needs.”

 

 

Hardin may have placed as a pageant runner-up, but she proved she was a true winner to her Hawai‘i ‘ohana and outraged viewers across the country.

 

Mic drop.

 

Read More Stories by Diane Lee 

 

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